Hi Nancy, What a story. I had to read it a few times. So much stress and yet you are awake in Paris at the time of the writing.
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The Accidental Amazon. Kathi Kolb was diagnosed with breast cancer in Her blog has developed in several directions.
When Stacy Hanson was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in earlyshe immediately assumed she had no viable treatment options. Now that she is living a full, active lifestyle with her incurable yet treatable disease, she wants others to know that they can, too. Hanson, 49, is on a clinical trial that she began in the Susan F.
You may be concerned about the effects of hot weather during and after breast cancer treatment. Our nurse, Rachel, suggests ways to look after your skin and stay comfortable in the heat this summer. She talks about her fears of it returning again, and gives her tips on managing those concerns.
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Back on July 6, — the day before I started chemotherapy — I wrote about my fears with getting to know others who might one day die from breast cancer. After the loss of the last year, I find myself hesitant again. Can I handle the emotional hit associated with losing more friends?
At Susan G. Komen, we celebrate those who have faced breast cancer every day of the year. And millions of family members and friends who have gone to appointments, cleaned, babysat, cooked, carpooled and so much more while their loved one faced breast cancer.